Mini Krishnan edits translations for Oxford University Press (India), sourcing fiction, plays, travelogues, autobiographies and biographies from 16 Indian languages. She also consults for the Tamil Nadu Textbook Society’s literary translation programme working with multiple publishers to promote Tamil works in English. She has edited 105 translations --- 37 for Macmillans and 68 for OUP. She was the Founding Editor of the South Asia Website for Women Writers hosted by the British Council and member at the Advisory Committee National Translation Mission an Indian Literature Abroad. She is the Series Editor of Living in Harmony (classes 1-10), India’s first Peace Education programme for schools. She was member, Peace Education, NCERT, (NCF 2005); member, Curriculum Advisory Board 2006-2009) and contributes regularly to Teacher Plus.
She writes two monthly columns for The Hindu: (1) This Word for That in the Literary Review and (2) Ethics & You in Education Plus. She also selects short fiction in translation for the Frontline.